Rebecca Mills

A web developer based in Washington, D.C.



Eye on the Fleet was one of a a series of videos created for the United States Navy's facility-wide digital signage systems at two shipyards. My role was researching, developing, and designing the videos, as well as supervising two content producers.
Technologies used:
Adobe Photoshop, Photodex ProShow Producer.
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WhatsaMATA is an app for Washington bus riders to report issues to WMATA. Built as my final project for my web development boot camp at General Assembly. I presented it at WMATA's headquarters as part of a program organized by Transportation Techies.
Technologies used:
Ruby 2.1.2, Rails, JavaScript, jQuery, JSON, WMATA API, AJAX, CSS
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Sailfish is an advanced web-based data analytics application that enables users to query their data through natural language, utilizing a simple drag-and-drop interface to create custom workflows, build complex analytics models, and run analyses, all with no coding required. My role on the project was solving front-end design issues, fixing bugs on the back end, applying responsiveness, and assuring 508 compliance.
Technologies used:
CSS, JavaScript, Rails, D3.js, Foundation
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I'm a graduate of the Web Development Immersive program at General Assembly, where I learned full-stack development with a focus on Ruby, Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, jQuery, HTML5, and CSS3.

Previously I worked as a communications strategist, web content producer, and multimedia designer.

I live and work in Washington, D.C. I'm a former Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner serving ANC4B in Washington, D.C.'s Ward 4. I've written about the District for Washington City Paper and Greater Greater Washington. I'm interested in using my technical and communications skills to solve issues and help citizens engage with the city.